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Has anyone managed to get 'short ends' of this stuff? I have shot it before, many moons ago.

It is normally 200-250 ASA, but I did shoot at 400 and push-process it.

I don't know what the going rate is for the stuff in the UK. Is there anyone who deals in motion picture film in the UK?

It would be great to split a 400ft can with some fellow Leica enthusiasts. Feeding our leica's with cine stock is nothing new. Oskar did it, so why not me as well?

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